"I really focused on myself," he said. "My goal was to be the best I could be and score points, so it didn't matter if I was wrestling the No. 2 guy in the country or an unranked guy from a Division II school. It wasn't about winning or losing. It was about if I went out there and wrestled as hard as I could wrestle and score as many points as I could score, the winning and losing would take care of itself. Odds are if I'm exhausted stepping off that mat, the other guy won't even be able to stand up."